Exiled former Zimbabwean Cabinet Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo has said it is no brainer for one to propose for a dialogue between president Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa over the alleged “evil corruption” in the country by cartels.
Moyo’s remarks come after the suspended ZANU PF Youth League Political Commissar, Godfrey Tsenengamu announced at a press conference held at media centre this Friday that Zimbabweans will converge on the 21st of February and demand Chamisa and Mnangagwa to meet over the alleged corruption.
In response, Moyo said:
This is an example of a mgodoyi narrative. Not even an ediot would propose a meeting between Mnangagwa & @ to solve what # & # have said is evil CORRUPTION by cartels run by Kuda Tagwirei, Billy Rautenbach & Tafadzwa Musarara, all MNANGAGWA’S cronies!
The ZANU PF Youth League this week alleged that Kuda Tagwireyi, the Sakunda Holdings boss was leading a cartel in that was constraining government efforts to revive the economy.
Tagwireyi made headlines last year after he allegedly, among other things, abused US$3 billion that was meant for Command Agriculture and authorities, according to some, have been protecting him as “he has influence over them”.
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